Bad Kids Go to Hell - Trade Paperback 3rd Edition


"Bad Kids Go to Hell is a brazenly clever piece of work that could attract a cult by sheer dint of its ingenious nastiness and self-aware snark." - Joe Leydon, Variety (

"It's incredibly smart and culturally self-aware film that works as the evil heir to "The Breakfast Club," "Scooby-Doo," and "Heathers." Eric Shirey, Yahoo! Movies (

Free Shipping.

The 4 issue mini series, "Bad Kids Go to Hell" dubbed "The Breakfast Club" meets "Scream" was the hottest selling Indie Comic Book series of 2009, 2010, and 2011 written by Matthew Spradlin and Barry "Bazza" Wernick and Art by Anthony Vargas with Chris Allen contributing. Individual issues sold out in retail stores in each issue's first week in stores. The first Print Run of the Trade Paperback sold out in 1 day. Get your signed copy of the new Trade Paperback, with all new cover art by renowned artist and illustrator for the FX Series Archer, Tariq Hassan. The 2nd Print run features Celebrity and Fan Photographs, a Page from the Script of the Future Live Action Film, and much more. Previews magazine's Featured Item and STAFFpick - "...a page-turning experience you don't want to miss out on!" Rue Morgue magazine's "Blood in Four Colours" Featured Comic - "High school can be hell....[and] Bad Kids Go to Hell proves that schools shouldn't be built on Indian burial grounds." Geek Monthly magazine's Recommended Comic Book - "...a fun ride that will make you grateful your school days are over." Fanboy Theatre online review - "BKGtH does what every comic worth a damn should do. It features an awesome story that sinks its hooks into you, and takes you for one Hell of a ride!" "[G]ive these people your money!" Dark Diamond online review - "Bad Kids pushes the envelope in terms of content, violence, and other 'mature' themes. The best part is you are loving every moment of it." - "Sexy is an understatement as the females are hot, dirty minded and mix in a way that makes them even hotter....a lot of your assumptions will be shattered in favor of where the writers WANT to take you. 'Bad Kids Go to Hell' is truly entertaining within these slick modern told pages." “Just when you think you have everything figured out, it turns out you don’t.” -Ain’t It Cool News